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Published on May 22nd, 2015 | by Tony

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Some New Details For Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut Have Been Revealed

Ever since I saw this game on an Xbox Rezzed stream not so long back, I’ve not really heard that much about it until an email arrived in our inbox yesterday morning. Along with a nice new console teaser trailer it had some information for those who are looking at picking up the game come the Summer release.

With Q.U.B.E on Steam essentially being a straight-laced puzzle game, the Director’s Cut version for consoles looks to have a some sort of story to it at least. Sadly though both Toxic Games and Grip Games only want to say don’t want to give too much away and have only said “It’s like the story itself is a puzzle you have to figure out inside your own head. It’s hard to explain, I don’t want to spoil it!”. We do however know the story was wrote by Rob Yescombe, who has games such as The Division, Alien: Isolation, Rime, and the Crysis franchise under his belt, so some pretty big hitters.

On top of the story a new time-trial game mode has been added into the director’s cut.  Against the Qlock pits you against the clock (obviously) over ten levels in which you must using a variety of pick-ups to your advantage to score high on those leaderboards for your friends to try and beat.

I’m really looking forward to getting some hands on time with Q.U.B.E sometime this Summer, so those who also like the look of it you can expect to see it a lot more on the website when it’s finally released.
Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut is coming to the PS3/4 (Cross-buy confirmed), Xbox One, and Wii U this Summer.



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